Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center will provide excellent ambulatory surgical care in our community. We will be the ambulatory surgery healthcare provider of choice. We will have a team of professional personnel who are passionate about patient care and committed to continuously improving our services to our patients. A spirit of collaboration and trust is evident among the medical staff, nursing staff, administrative staff and ancillary personnel.
Our Core Values:
To create a safe, convenient and user-friendly environment for patients, physicians and staff.
To provide an atmosphere of compassion and understanding to assist patients in achieving optimal results they are seeking.
To function at a high level of efficiency to accommodate the convenience of both the patient and the physician.
To facilitate a plan of diagnostic and surgical treatment that is designed to each individual patient with exceptional outcomes.
Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center was founded by Dr. Taylor Strange in 2020 with a vision of providing state-of-the-art care while building a bond with patients and providing them the best vision throughout their lives. Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center's goal is to provide patient centered care with exceptional patient outcomes, making each experience a priority.
About Our Facility
Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center is a 6,257 sq facility that has 2 spacious operating rooms equipped with innovative technology that provides an outstanding visualization of the eye during surgery, ensuring you are receiving the highest level of care. We pride ourselves on investing in advanced, proven technology to make it easy for every patient to achieve greater clarity, no matter what their eyes require. At Precision Ambulatory Surgery Center, your vision, eye health and quality of care are our top priorities.
On the day of surgery it is imperative that you have:
- A responsible adult present and readily available to drive you home
- Read through all your preoperative material and postoperative instructions
- Obtained your arrival times, and when to avoid eating or drinking prior to your procedure